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It's September 1943, and Scotty Velner, the son of America's secretary of war enrolls at a prestigious college near Washington. He expects to spend most of his time studying. Instead, he enters a world of murder, sex, and espionage. Scotty's roommate, a handsome jock named David La Font, has Scotty confused and questioning his sexuality. When a close friend is murdered, Sc...more
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Published January 1st 2009 by
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